Police looking for hit-and-run driverOctober 07,2012Police seeking
NORTH BROOKFIELD — Vermont State Police are investigating a crash Saturday morning in which an unknown driver drove off before police arrived.
Senior Trooper Robert Giolito said that Samuel Perron, 35, of New Boston, N.H., was driving a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta north on Interstate 89 around 9 a.m. Saturday when his vehicle was hit from the back by someone driving a Subaru Forester.
The collision sent Perron’s car off the highway and it collided with several trees.
The driver of the Forester continued to drive north on I-89, police said.
Perron was not injured, though his car sustained damage from the highway collision and from running into the trees, police said.
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